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-down in america's defense. the obama administration declared yesterday the president plans to depart from these precedents. secretary of defense gates and secretary of state clinton announced the president will not use nuclear weapons against any nonnuclear state even in the event of a chemical or biological attack. beyond that the united states will not develop any nuclear weapons. our enemies must be rejoicing. it could it be more clear this president's desire to deter enemies pales in comparison to bring about his desire for a nuclear free world? how dangerous is this for the united states and the free world? joining me newt gingrich. newt is the co-host along with his wife calista of the new documentary, nine days that changed the world. which is about pope john paul's pilgrimage to poland in 1979. mr. speaker, welcome. >> good to be with you. >> sean: how about bad is this? >> i think this is the most unrealistic diplomacy since the late 20s. you have to go back to the kellogg pact to end war the whole serve yeast -- series of disarmament con tprofrpbss in the 20s the democracies doe
have a hard time understanding because we are the united states of america, and i had a hard time understanding until i started turning over every stone to see what authorities we had the there was no authority to guarantee liabilities or to put capital into the institutions. but any event, i'm not sure what -- the british were -- i had said in the book i used rasht language when i was disappointed but as i sit in the book as i reflected on it, they obviously had their own issues they were looking at and the regulator it was for them a very difficult decision to let one of their banks go ahead and in the middle of a run lehman brothers step in and make the acquisition and be confident they had the wherewithal to do that. limited part in a much smaller transaction and i think it was tuesday or wednesday of the british authorities said if you have an account with lehman keeping securities there you couldn't take it out. they froze the accounts basically, which i gather came as a surprise, came as a big surprise to me. >> that was i think that shocked the markets. my recollection is
this episode! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: so, hello, america. i was, i was on vacation last week. and i was at disney world buying a communist mao puppet for some reason they're selling there now. i'm thinking whatever happened to, whatever happened to -- what is going on in our country? what the heck is happening? how did we allow our country to get to this moment? it's so far beyond left and right and republican and democrat. it's so far beyond that. and then, i suddenly remembered, in my deepest, darkest moment of despair, i remembered something that nancy pelosi said. and it totally cheered me up. here it is! >> but we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it. >> glenn: like can of nuts, you have to open it up to find outs what is in it -- find out what is in it. that's not what i -- [ squeaking ] not really what i expected. surprise! you know what i mean? you open it up and you're like huh-uh, that's not what i expected. now let's open up the healthcare bill. who doesn't like a good surprise or two? i mean besides me. you know, maybe you. especially when it comes to our country. it
we're in a parallel universe. barack obama has a new nuclear policy i think ties america's hands and leaves us more vulnerable. i can't figure it out. then the s.e.c. fighting to control the internet with net-neutrality. the good news is the u.s. court of appeal ruled the s.e.c. lacks the authority to provide broadband providers to give equal treatment to all internet traffic but the s.e.c. says that's all right. we got another way of doing it. we'll just regulate it like a utility. i can't tell you what is happening in america anymore. i just know framework is being rebuilt. i want to show you something here on the chalkboard. we all know that our country is having problems. we know there is trouble. our house, it's a good house. it's a good house. but it's having real problems. if you are going to restore a home, as somebody who lived in connecticut and tried to restore a home, you better be careful on who you hire. because are you going to tear it down or restore it? what are you going to do? who are the architects? who are the contractors you're hiring to fix that up? tonight
innovative full- size sedan in america: the taurus sho, from ford. drive one. time to check our top stories. armed with a revamped nuclear strategy, president obama heads to prague later today to sign a new arms control treaty with russia. it calls for both countries to reduce nuclear arsenals by a third. the president will host a nuclear summit next week in washington. >>> shuttle discovery was able to dock at the international space station this morning despite a faulty antenna knocking out raid. it was the first time four women are at the space center at once. discovery should return in about two weeks. >>> in montcoal, west virginia, they've now broken through a refuge chamber more than 1,000 feet below the earth's surface where they believe four missing miners might be trapped. they're trying to ventilate toxics gasses from the area so rescue teams can head down safely. west virginia's governor is hoping that can happen in the next few hours even though signals to contact survivors failed to produce a response. >> we're hoping we can get the mine and the air safe enough to get our resc
. cable's latest gift to america. >> over the next two hours, we're going to take your calls and questions about federal oversight of car safety standards. after that, a briefing on nuclear weapons policy with robert gates and of hillary clinton. later, remarks by the director of national intelligence, dennis blair. >> it is the auto maker's responsibility to make sure they comply with federal safety standards. that is their responsibility. we are not branding these cars safe. it is our job to enforce and to please the marketplace -- to police the market place, which we do. the automakers have to uphold their obligation to not only comply with our standards but the state of the art. it is my job to make sure they called to the standards. this agency will hold the line. >> david strickland, head of the nhtsa, testifying before congress in his agency's role in auto safety. the agency follow those words with an announcement that it will seek a fine against toyota of $16 million for failing to notify officials about the sticky pedals on its cars. we will talk about the role of nhtsa with sever
. this is not the sort of stuff that will fly with most americans out there. 20% of america, maybe half the republican party, perhaps. but not most americans. this isn't going to get job done in 2012 that's for sure. >> ron, i think once you investigate it for antiamericanism i think that you are on her list. here's michel bachmann on president obama on his nuclear pm policy. i'm confounded. since ronald reagan was one the great ideologist about getting rid of nuclear weapons in this war. let's listen to michelle bachmann. >> we found out that the president said that he was going to change the united states' strategy on dealing with nuclear weaponry, did this shock everyone? so if in fact there is a nation who is compliant with all the rules ahead of time and complied the united nations on nuclear proliferation, if they fire against the united states, a biological weapon, a chemical weapon, or maybe a cyberattack, well, then we weren't going to be firing back with nuclear weapons. >> i don't get that. i guess i'm waiting for the applause line there. but i guess i never thought of using nuclear weapons
on what they want to do for america. they got a lot of hat. they haven't got any cattle. get your cell phones out, folks. i guess you could say we could have fun with this one tonight. tonight's text survey question is, who do you think is a more dangerous psycho talker? sarah palin or michele bachmann? text "a" for palin, text "b" for bachmann to 622639. joining me now from minneapolis is mayor r.t. rye balk, also a democratic candidate for the governorship in the great state of minnesota. r.t., good to have you on tonight. i guess you could say that minnesota is ground zero now. this is now a national race. how do you think minnesotaens are going to respond to sarah palin getting 10,000 people to show up and spew out all the crazy stuff they've done all along? how are they going to respond to this? >> ed, we're the happiest people in america right now. every time sarah palin comes to down she drops more money here. remember that money she spent at kneeman marcus during the convention? the fact of the matter is, minnesota is an entertainment hub. prince, bob dylan, garrison keeler, mi
to america us -- to "america's newsroom". martha: that's going to get a lot of attention. good morning, bill, good morning, everybody at home, i'm martha maccallum, the obama administration has already sort of shunned the phrase the war on terror, so widely used burg the -- during the bush administration. sources say this new change in the language, wee moving that word, islamic, with references to terrorism is really to demonstrate that america does not view all muz im countries through the prism of terror. bill: that's the theme president obama has pushed since taking office. the critics are questioning the strategic benefit, what do we get from it. melanie wilkes is in washington. what are the changes from the white house now? >> reporter: this attempt to move away from equating muslim countries with terrorism began a year ago when the president spoke in cairo, promising a new beginning to relations between the suts and muslim countries. now his advisers reportedly want to remove terms like islamic radicalism from a document called the national security strategy. the associated press is r
non-violence reject it. see you tomorrow. from new york, good night, america. america. 6 captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> chris: next on "special report," how president obama is changing the country's nuclear policies. the president's new national security policy may end references to islamic radicalism. and are you ready for a big new tax to pay for the expanding deficit? live from the studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm chris wallace in for bret baier. president obama leaves shortly for the czech republic, where he will sign a new strategic arms treaty with russia. this comes in the same week the president changed u.s. nuclear engagement strategy. senior white house corespondent major garrett reports from prague on what all this means for u.s. foreign policy. >> reporter: russian president dmitry medvedev arrived in prague ahead of president obama who made the historic european city backdrop a year ago for what critics call a fanciful push for world without nuclear weapons. mr. obama announced yesterday the u.s. would only use nuclear
. further, we have formed a quality advisory group composed of respected outside experts from north america and around the world to ensure that we do not make misguided decisions. finally, we will invest heavily in quality in the u.s. through the establishment of an incentive for quality excellence -- the introduction of a new position. the product's safety executive and the sharing of more responsibility within the company for product quality decisions, including recalls. even more importantly, i will ensure the members of the management team actually drive the cars and that they check for themselves where the problem lies, as well as its severity. i myself am a trained test driver de as a professional. i am able to check the problem in a car and understand how severe the safety concern is in a car. i drove the vehicle in the accelerator pedal recall as well as the prius, comparing the vehicles before and after the remedy. i believe that only by examining the problems on site can we make decisions from the customer perspective. one cannot rely on reports or data in the meeting room. throug
toen ploy meant and then there was little difference between the tp's and the rest of america. even with the obvious lack of liberals, the tp's represent the, quote, public at large. meaning they manage the hardware store and watch your house when you are on vacation. they probably hate rap music, but they hate "gossip girl." the fact that the tea partiers will stop calling tea partiers racist? of course not. the left feels the same way about america as they do about the tea partiers. if you have ever been stuck at a cocktail party in manhattan or san francisco, the party existed forever. but they were not called tea partiers yet. >> if you disagree with me, are you a racist homophobe who does not reuse shopping bags. >>> joe, every time white folks get together, the media yells racism. is that fair? >> no, when you refer to the tea parties as the tp's it is racist to native americans. >> i am so sorry. >> racist unfortunately has become a thing you say as a way of saying, be gone white person i disagree with. it is not fair with people with different opinions or people victim of ac
into a socialist united states. today, the heritage foundation the conservative think tank here said america is no longer a free nation. it's a mostly free nation. they rank countries every year and they dropped america. so now we're living in a not so free united states according to the heritage foundation. people are picking up on this and their paranoia is really kicking in. there was a lot of anticipation about what the health care bill would do. no one is waiting to see that. they're already acting as if it was the worst-case scenario. first, we had obama, the foreigner, the guy wasn't born here, coming in and taking over the government. creating a regime as rush limbaugh calls it. now he's imposing socialism. anybody who lives in a socialist country, whether europe or any place else would be laughing at this as a notion of socialism. there is a -- this -- this has become the battle front for people who are worried about the very nature of this country. i think ray lot of the worry is irrational, but they're directing it at this. >> steve? >> one thing i think we've got to keep in mind,
to lay down the burden of hate and maybe just maybe america would emerge as the model for the rest of the world? >> guest: janitors and franco always believes in the goodness of people. it's never going to stop. cheesy optimism on the pessimist. >> guest: i've seen it and i'm living the train. so i don't know. i think a lot of it is genetic caretaking gets ingrained in us as human beings. >> host: so you think it's part of our dna? >> guest: i think we have to manage it. i think as superior in my 10 d. and then we have to manage that. and there's a wonderful keeper sand that is to repair the world, to finish cuts work. he didn't make us perfect, so our job is to do the best we can to get to it. >> host: to the two of you see it is your calling, your mission or are you just feeling the sense of this is the thing to do, you must do it now. go back to dr. king. used to say the time is always right to do right. >> guest: is always ready. is it my calling? it is like reading in and breathing out. it's the right thing to do. it's to stand up for what is right. i hate the leaf, each inges
unique because if you look to america the biggest newspaper, "u.s.a. today" and "wall street journal" reach about approximately 3.5 million readers per day. the biggest t.v. show "america's got talent" i think is reaching 11.7, something like that. in germany, there's no t.v. that reaches everyday as much readers as "bild." it's a unique brand, a very strong marketplace. so we said let's use this figure in order to make our 12 million readers potential reporters. so we asked them to send us stories, particularly to send us video content, to send us photos. until today, more than 600,000 photos have been sent. we have printed 18,000. >> rose: am i going to want to read your publications here? or am i going to read in the print? >> you know what? i don't mind. i see ourselves as content producers, branded content producers, marketeers of branded content and if more and more readers will prefer to read it on tablet devices, i like it. because we save printing costs. we save distribution costs, we save paper costs. so in a way it is boosting our business. >> rose: but isn't it inevitable
later on "good morning america." >>> moving overseas now. on the indonesian island of sumatra, things got off to a shaky start, thanks to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake. power was lost close to the quake's epicenter. and a brief tsunami warning went into effect. luckily only minor injuries and minimal damage was reported. >>> there's speculation this morning by at least one person, that afghan president hamid karzai may be taking illegal drugs. that comes from the u.s. diplomat of the u.n. mission in afghanistan. karzai has drawn criticism after a string of controversial comments. the white house yesterday threatened to cancel next month's scheduled visit with the president, unless karzai curbs his statements. >>> president obama leaves for prague today, where he will sign a landmark nuclear trey with russia. going forward, the president says the u.s. is scaling back on nuclear weapons. and perhaps the most controversial part of his plan, a promise not to use nuclear weapons against countries that don't have them. but the white house insists the new policy won't make america any less safe
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it was in essence an implicit obligation by the united states of america. it was sort of like the banks had their lives in conduits wittes were off-balance edn with implicit guarantees. that was a little bit like what fannie and freddie were. we were racing against time to stabilize those before we knew some bad earnings were going to be coming out from the bank sector in particularly the lehman brothers losses so that was a race against time. we were fortunate that we were able to get it done without the markets becoming spooked or unstable, so that is why what i had heard in china got my full attention. >> there is a front-page story in the journal this morning about freddie and fannie, and it is very much worth reading. i believe that said there is now 111 billion that has been put in by the federal government, but it is expected that much more will so in effect, it presently looks like the federal government will lose more money and freddie and fannie vanden aig by some markets. >> when i look at these programs overall, we will get every penny we put in the banks back with a profit. and
tv show in america. and the world now, in 187 countries. but, john ridley, when we're all together in the front office at msnbc, we tarp you cwere talkin wofs going to be on this new show, the new incarnation of "morning joe," and i have to be honest, i think we were too tough on you. >> really? >> i think we held to you a higher standard. >> oh, god. >> i think you had less of a margin of error. >> are we going to start -- >> i think it was the slimmer margin of error. >> i think you had a slimmer margin of error. i think you would have been on "morning joe" but the slimmer of margin -- >> remember one morning you mispronounced a word. >> yes. >> and the front office is like, we can't -- you want -- >> this guy out. >> and so, i owe you an apology. i think i owe michael steele an apology. >> i'm getting new t-shirts made. i was trademarked michael steele. it's not my fault. i got a slimmer margin of error. >> yes. >> so we're going to start out and going -- >> and haley barber jumped in on this about his slimmer margin of error. about the only thing slimmer on him. >> you said it.
breakout around the world, particularly if iran does acquire a weapon. this shows america is serious about trying to hold a common good of security and balance and putting muscle behind it. i think it is both a blunt force instrument with north korea and iran to some degree, and also a soft way to bring them back. >> to the other end of the global social contract, as you phrased it, steve, that we might still be moving too far and too quickly. is that likely to be a prevalent reaction worldwide? >> i talked to senior members of the administration this evening. you know, they have briefed russia, they have briefed china. as best we know they are quite onboard with what is going on. egypt, turkey, saudi arabia, that could be possibly nuclear follow-on countries if iran were to move forward are largely onboard. i think what the president has done is done a masterful job of communicating we want to reduce the footprint, if you will, of nuclear weapons in america's defense posture. but at the same time we don't want to narrow it in such a way that it takes the pressure off some that are still o
transportation, it's the best coverage in america. >>> former federal reserve chairman alan greenspan says, hey, don't look at me. i'm not to blame for the financial meltdown. in fact, in his testimony before the financial crisis inquiry commission this morning, greenspan pointed the fing ger right back at lawmaker. he says congress pressured the fed to keep interest rates low so lending would continue to lower income americans. a new report from mastercard shows retail sales came back in in a big way in march when compared to a year ago. luxury sales up nearly 23%. furniture and furnishings up nearly 14%. big spenders out there. let's get a check on the markets. the dow is trying to cross over the 11,000 mark but looking like it's having a bit of a problem. down 30 points. the s&p is off by three and the nasdaq has dipped a third of a point, about five on the day. >>> stories far and wide today. we start in texas. a ft. worth family outraged after a police officer shot their dog. the police department just released the officer's dash camera video of the confrontation. let's show it to you in s
-span, created for you as a public service by america's cable companies. next, a conference on the future of innovation resources. at 11:00 eastern, first lady michelle obama sets down with c- span studentcam winner in honolulu. falling back, two former administrators of the national highway tracy -- national highway safety administration discusses safety standards. last month, the economist magazine held a conference on the future of innovation. scholars talk about how it bought innovation can conserve resources. this is one hour. >> talking about the rights and challenges of the 21st century, all of which i will we may gloat -- we may go toward a global collapse. that is no longer possible. another thing new is global feelings on resources, resources such as energy, water, seafood, photosynthesis which are under pressure around the world. the third thing new under the sun is that it is now impossible to maintain inequality around the world in per-capita consumption rates. that is something i will talk about more. finally, new under the sun is that we at last have a time limit. all these
on this interview say that the image of jesus about any new view of about any new view of jesus in america. we'll ask the author of american stephen broth row with another view on the live line. visual audio captionings producy barack obama barac barack obama barack obama >> dr. stephen prothero, welcome. your book has a central proposition, what is the proposition in the book? >> i think there's two. one is that jesus is many and mal oohable, there isn't just one jesus but there's many and the other is that jesus isn't just for christians in the united states, christians love jesus but so do buddhists and jews and hindus and people without any religion whatsoever. >> the jesus image is multiadaptble because we are a 3489 religious nation. >> that's right, we're a multireligious nation but also a christian nation where 80% or so of the country are christians and they put jesus on the national agenda and then people of all different religions and without any at all respond to that figure. >> why did thomas jefferson become consumed with revising the bible by omitti
one of america's top five governors. she has two sons and her husband is a federal magistrate and a judge who claims the title of first dude years before todd pailin attempted to take it as his own. she has played a prominent role in crafting the health care reform legislation and was with the president when he signed it into law two weeks ago. today she will seek to expand our understanding of this complex and controver
weapons are a vital part of america's national security armaments. i think that if the united states were subject to a dirty bomb attack, we should reserve the right to use nuclear weapons to protect the country. secondly, if israel were attacked, we should reserve the right as well. we have a longstanding policy of not giving up the right to use nuclear weapons. obama's policy is a radical departure. i disagree with your attitude about the cold war. the cold war was a legitimate defense against a tyrannical power and i do not understand why you do not have a belief that the united states was doing the right thing. guest: on the first question, but i do not think that there is any reason to retain a role for nuclear weapons to potentially respond to chemical or biological weapons threats. they are not nearly on the order of magnitude of the threat posed by nuclear weapons. what does this say to the rest of the world that the united states, the most dominant conventional power the world has ever seen, will use a new killer weapons to protect national security against biological weapons the
people have such strong feelings about this topic? >> we're america. we like celebrities. he's a celebrity. he's done something wrong. >> i wish this country would consider the things that really mattered. what tiger woods does in his bedroom or someone else's bedroom isn't important to me right now. >> media saturation. people are interested in infidelity. >> people love drama. america loves drama. so tiger woods, it's been a lot of drama. >> i'm joe carter. we'll see you on the street. >> you can get comprehensive coverage of tiger woods' return here on hln. rafer weigel will be reporting live from augusta national all week long. keep it here. >>> the first time u.s. intelligence approved of making an american citizen a marked man in years even if the u.s. government says this man poses a serious threat. should an american citizen be targeted for assassination. your views in a moment. >>> the u.s. is apparently targeting an american born muslim cleric to be killed or captured. an war alalaki is a serious threat to the u.s. and plotted against americans. he's believed to be
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of mistakes we've seen in the last few years in america and it's not a pretty picture for the people in charge. either on wall street or in the capitol. >> listen, congressman, we appreciate your efforts on our behalf to correct for the con and get the money back and fix this system. and, bill, thank you, for your journalism and your efforts to make sure people actually understand how this happened, truly. bill fleckenstein, thank you. >>> coming up here on the "dylan ratigan show" -- new details about the company that owns that upper, big branch mine. stock up fivefold. profits doubled. has safety violations exploded. maybe, maybe or maybe not a correlation there. >>> also can obama succeed where clinton failed? news that president obama may unveil an american plan for peace in the middle east. it's only been a few thousand years. perhaps this man is the man. stayfree® with thermocontrol™ quickly wicks moisture away for exceptional dryness. thermocontrol™ only from stayfree®. i switched to a complete multivitamin with more. only one a day men's 50+ advantage... has gingko for memory and
, and yet, without restraint, there is something else. are america's teenagers really being consumed by alcohol? >> it is by far and away the top abuse by american teenagers. >> you can see the entire documentary and all of the winning videos any time. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2010] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] >> next, we will hear from business and political leaders at an event hosted by the women's national republican club. it is two hours. >> data banks. a famous name already -- david banks. if you brought your talking points, leave them. i am a tough moderator. our viewers and our audience and the american community at large, we ask that you change your way of thinking to a very simple few words. i will be factual. i will be honest. and i will use my first amendment god-given right to free speech and a proper manner. that is what it starts with. [applause] so let's get to it. on my left, my good friend marc lamont hill. he works at columbia university. thank you for coming, marc. janks morton, whose films have awakened many to
's talking points memo. once again, the far left in america is demanding an effective anti-terror program, missiles fired at the bad guys and drones be stopped. mary ellen o'connell is leading the charge in academia saying the drone program violates international law that it is unlawful killing. former senator fritz hollings says the drone action kills more is preposterous statement. the aclu is suing to make public who is ordering the attacks and other information about them. all of, this of course, helps al qaeda and the taliban, enemies of the u.s.a. by all accounts, the drone program has been the most effective antiterrorist strategy we have. and has badly damaged the al qaeda and taliban leadership. in fact, president president obs increased drone attacks now about two a week. the far left doesn't want u.s.a. to defeat terrorism. roger cohen calls the action revenge and wants the drone program stopped immediately. mr. cohen wants all the terrorists arrested. but the far left has not done is call the president a war criminal which it certainly did in the case of president bush. no. ev
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on "america live" now. >>> we begin with a fox news alert, democrats, slapping down a gop request to delay hearings for the president's controversial nominee to a federal appeals court, a man who some believe might ultimately get a nomination to the u.s. supreme court. republicans very worried now about goodwin liu, a berkeley law professor, now up for a seat on one of the country's most liberal courts of appeals, the ninth circuit. senators say when liu submitted qualifications for the bench he failed to disclose more than 100 speeches, publications and other background materials, materials that he only just now just disclosed because they say he was forced to by objecting republicans. now we get word from the senate judiciary committee this hearing will not be postponed again, that they will go forward with this nomination of goodwinliu. why is this man so yntual in >> reporter: by all accounts, both conservatives and liberals agree this guy is brilliant, a rhodes scholar, assistant to justice ginsburg, but they say he's going to be a legislative judge of the highest order. here's how he
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tomorrow says it's at the top of america's nuclear agenda. congressional republicans argue telegraphing who we would or wouldn't use nuclear weapons against would embolden aggressors and make the u.s. more vulnerable. >>> the u.s. relationship with afghan president hamid karzai has become so strained recently the white house has considered cancelling his upcoming trip to washington. the tough stance is meant to be a warning for karzai in hopes that he changes his recent erratic behavior. twice in the past week karzai has made anti-western comments and has even threatened to join the taliban a if pressure on him to reform does not cease. yesterday former u.n. envoy to afghanistan peter galbraith questioned karzai's stability and even suggested he may be using drugs saying karzai is, quote, prone to tirades. >>> in what is believed to be an unprecedented move in the war against terror, the obama administration has authorized the targeted killing of an american citizen. intelligence and counter terrorism officials said yesterday that a radical muslim cleric who has been linked to last november
i dealt with or anybody who watched the markets. we believe in the united states of america at risk takers should bear the responsibility for their own high losses and so big interventions were not something i didn't go to washington to do that and he certainly didn't. but from day one, she understood the financial markets were about the economy and jobs. so repeatedly i had been coming to him and i wouldn't have to sell him halfway through the conversation he would back me up and say listen, hank, we will get through this. we are not always going to look good. these are going to be some -- this is going to be politically unpopular. but we are not going to let the economy go down. we will do what it takes to save jobs, to save the economy and that was his point of view and he was -- you talk about my mother and sometimes he was almost like my mother to me. ou get more sleep. [laughter] >> in terms of the other people on the political stage, it seemed to me that going up to the election you probably felt that barack obama was both more knowledgeable and more interested in what was go
. the video library, cable's latest gift to america. >> david represents the auto companies, he is the president and ceo of the auto alliance in washington d.c.. you are in d.c., yes? i wanted to get your reaction to the news, a $16.40 billion fine? >> the system works. the agency determined that there was a violation, and they took action against the company. it is not an issue of the level of the fine, but the reputation. >> what will be the impact on toyota's image? >> they have real bland loyalty with consumers -- real brand loyalty with consumers. i think they survived, they addressed the problems. recalls are part of a regulatory model that works, because even though there has been an increase in the number of recalls. it is a way to remedy potential defects much sooner than otherwise would be the case. >> how do you think the other car companies are going to react? >> it is a process. there really develop a cooperative, working relationship. the underlying case, like what both a doctor runge and dr. martinez were talking about, they talked about saving lives. it is lower
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nuclear policy keep america safe? so far 27 percent say yes. view 73 percent say no. daryl writes on facebook t makes this country look more submissive. and all we are doing is trying to sway the minds of terrorists. karen writes, i don't think it will help. we're already in trouble. >> well, chief meteorologist vytas reid joins us with details of this very summer like steamy forecast. vytas. >> definitely more hot weather on the way tomorrow. looking at the 90s sticking around. and then big changes coming, as we start to cool down a bit as a front pushes in from the west. right now, hd skycam. downtown inner harbour. shows 79 degrees. just a few high thin clouds across the area. winds out of the south-southwest at eight. and humidity levels at 35 percent. we did gait few little breezy conditions through the afternoon as the temperatures were warming up. we could see that hot air continue to stick around. so stay in the shade. another hot day tomorrow. like i said, feeling like summer versus spring. as the temperatures are well into the lower 90s. high today, 90 degrees. normally
america, she sd a mammogram and biopsy revealed it was a non invasive cancer with a 98% recovery rate. still, she thought it would never happen to her. >> i am help ambassador for aarp, healthy all my life, and i thought i have cancer? >> she says she made a mistake. what she had her mammogram this year, it had been for years since her last one. >> instead of starting three years ago, i would be in deep trouble now because it would have spread. >> she had a lumpectomy and is preparing for radiation, but she is hopeful and determined to spread the message that she almost learned the hard way. >> i encourage women to have their yearly check ups, because without it, i would of been in trouble. >> more than 50,000 women are diagnosed with non invasive cancer each year. about 2% die of breast cancer in the next 10 years. navratilova of's prognosis is considered excellent. it >> that is good news. >>> the trial is underway in oregon state about sexual abuse and coverup within the boy scouts of america. the case was brought by a man who in the early 1980's was a listed five times by an assis
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morning, america" this morning. howard county police say there were three separate shootings, all unrelated, that left five people injured. the first shooting took place in clarksville a little bit eight last night. the other happened in laurel around one this morning. officers say the systems took cash from two of the victims. >> these are cases where the public's help is going to be critical. so we really are asking anyone who might have seen anything in these instances or heard anything, even if it seems small, to give us a call. we are offering a reward up to $1,5006789 our number is 410- 303-stop, stop. >> police are looking for a silver 2003 chevy impala with maryland tags jga 226. the vehicle was seen leaving the scene of one of those shootings. >>> you know, we often hear about the boy scout way, but that has new meaning for some. allegations of sexual abuse covered up by top scout leaders in one state. what was revealed in court today. >>> plus a driver makes a move to prevent hitting a child on a bike, and ends up on train tracks. how strangers came to her rescue >>> cre
in america under some circumstances and it certainly had lots of private benefits, the couple so be dangerous to society. it is a very simple point and roosevelt i think was a very simple and direct thinker on this issue and was just as much concerned by the way about the political implications of these massive trusts, it was the industrial trust and railroad trust that drew his attention. he was just as worried about the political side as the economic side. but the economic side is important, the economic side is the way we did a lot of the theory and practice. let me ask you who in this room -- most of the oil companies but we did very well. they say john rockefeller did very well and the town of williamsburg did even better because they rebuild it. i think that he was trying to make up. who in this room would like to recreate the standard oil monopoly? okay at lunch time there was one person. we've got nobody now. that is an improvement. [laughter] he said he was from the energy industry. of course not. of course it's obvious. it is obvious is intuitive if you let one company control to a
into america. get jobs for young frarnse. get education for latinos. create a resolution where we fix our bridges and streets. you can still save money if you have taking that money out of these hopeless wars that can not be won the way they are being fought. tavis: i didn't know that we were going to engage in a conversation that goes around the king documentary. i'm glad you saw it, though. let me dig a little deeper and ask a couple of questions. as you can imagine, i received all kinds of email mostly from thanking us for having done the piece. are organizations like al qaeda -- have made diplomacy useless? whether or not organizations like al qaeda have made the notion of nonviolence altogether obsolete and useless. the point i'm getting at here is the kind of enemy we are dealing with today, we agree that martin luther king was not an absolute passvist. how they do their deeds. does that -- the very stoil in which they operate make diplomacy nonviolence absolutely use whether he is. >> i don't remember negotiating successfully with hitler. there are a lot of evil people in history.
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